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    • Japanese red tin toy steam locomotive 

      Unknown author (1957)
      Now this takes a prize! An Aesop locomotive! I gather that this toy comes from the era during which the Japanese were prone to put any symbol on any object and (re)produce it. "D-57" appears beneath the engineer's windows ...
    • Russian carved FC toy, with handle and ball-and-string 

      Unknown author (1992)
      Get the ball going in a circular movement, and the fox will wag his tail and the crow will bob with the cheese in his mouth! Another ingenious and well executed gift from Meg! And now we see that the Russians are becoming ...
    • Russian carved FG toy, with handle and ball-and-string 

      Unknown author (1990)
      Get the ball going in a circular movement, and the fox will wag his tail. The "grape" may actually be an apple or a cherry! Ingenious and well executed.
    • Russian carved FS toy, with push button 

      Unknown author (1985)
      Push the button and the fox backs up while the stork raises his head; then the fox offers the stork food in a very shallow dish. Well executed. I saw this in the Kamkin window and asked for it. I was told that they could ...
    • Wolf in Sheep's Clothing 

      Unknown author (1991)
      Movable head and legs. This curious creation may resemble a dog as much as a wolf. Whichever he/she is, the creature did its costume very well!